Nigerian actress, Winnie Lazarus has slammed Nigerian married men over the ongoing lockdown, stressing that it won’t stop their cheating habit.
She maintained that the lockdown is not a guarantee that married men who have bonded with their wives will remain faithful after the lockdown.
I don’t think the lockdown will make Nigerian men faithful to their wives. After the lockdown, they will still go back to their girlfriends and concubines. Men are just who they are, cheating is in their nature.
The actress also urged the Federal Government to provide palliatives in order to cushion the effects of staying at home.
Yes I support the second lockdown and it’s for our own good but the problem is government has not provided the basic needs for the people.
Many Nigerians are suffering on the street. So, many people are going through one thing or the other. Policemen are busy harassing people who are trying to find a means of survival. I was almost robbed today while I was on my way out to get some things. There are boys out there ready to rob and snatch people’s bag. I only escaped by chance.
Describing COVID-19’s impact on her career as an entertainer, she said:
It’s not been easy staying at home as an entertainer. If not for the lockdown, I am supposed to be working on a project. I would have loved to go out and network with people. All this isn’t possible for now.